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Gossy’s Retreat

· Cressy, Tasmania
1.5 acres hosted by Petrina G.
8 Caravan sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Situated in the middle of Cressy (20 minute drive from Launceston) on an acre and a half. You are guaranteed a secured place to stay and enjoy a few days, whether it’s just resting before moving on or heading down to the local rivers for a fish. Dog friendly. You'll need be self-contained with own amenities. Guests must be over 18 and must be in a self-contained vehicle. No tents. Cressy is Tasmania's only 'troutified' township as the local area is a mecca for fly fishing. Located 34 km south west of Launceston, Cressy is a small, attractive, and historically significant town which came into existence in the 1850s to service the surrounding wheat farms. Very nice back yard hidden from the street. Views of the mountains.
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3 Ratings · 1 review
Bev M.recommends
April 21, 2021
Mountain View
Great Quiet camp
The hosts were very friendly lovely people .The sites were great and nice and grassy Plenty of room .Very quiet . We would all definitely stay there again Highly recommended
Cressy, Tasmania, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Palawa and Tyerrernotepanner First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Petrina G.Joined in January 2019
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